How to Become a Blogger Influencer: 3 Powerful Steps

  June 13, 2022 blogging tips ๐Ÿ•‘ 7 minutes read
how to be a blogging influencer

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(Updated 6/13/2022)

 

Deciding on how to become a blogger influencer pops up in the mind of any aspiring entrepreneurs gazing at any travel blogger Instagram account.

 

Visions of comped hotel rooms, Infinity pools and sipping coconut shakes on the beach sounds like paradise.

 

However, becoming an influencer is not all about getting free hotel rooms, dinners on the house and free drinks until you drop.

 

Influential bloggers work for years to gain their status. Every influencer had little to no influence for a long time before gradually gaining clout through patient, persistent work.

 

Before we dive in to the tips I want to talk about one special entrepreneur I came across during my world travels.

 

The Mango Lady.

 

We were told to see her to get the best mango with sticky rice in Chiang Mai, Thailand.

 

Kelli and I wandered to her stall. We dropped 45 Baht for mango with sticky rice. I feasted on the brilliant fare, delighting at that ridiculously tasty mix of sweet, tart and mellow.

 

Why did we visit the Mango Lady? Multiple expat buddies at the condo complex referred us to her.

 

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Why did they refer us to her? She was the top mango vendor in the area.

 

She was an influencer.

 

Similar to this business woman, bloggers become influencers by honing their skills patiently.

 

Referral business, blog traffic and increased blogging clout follows.

 

Why Do Few Bloggers Become Influencers?

 

Becoming influential demands bloggers to practice their craft for 1000’s of hours spanning years. Few bloggers blog for 1000’s of hours. Even fewer bloggers devote years of their lives to blogging.

 

Most bloggers quit quickly when traffic and money appears to be scarce. A select few future influencers ride out these rough patches to become highly skilled, clear and confident. In a way, influencing yourself to blog through tough times influences fellow bloggers to:

 

  • admire you
  • follow you
  • learn from you
  • trust you

 

Doing simple things persistently inspires people to perceive you as being influential. Becoming an influencer gives bloggers bigger platforms for helping people. Blogging success becomes a natural by-product of gaining influencer status.

 

Separate Fact from Fiction

 

Bloggers typically want to become an influencer to enjoy the sweet benefits of being influential.

 

Few bloggers want to become influential for gaining a platform to help more people.

 

Here lies the big problem; clever bloggers prey on this desire to get by lathering on the fiction and excluding the raw facts of what it takes to be influential.

 

Separating fact from fiction seems impossible if fear manifest as greed or desperation clouds your mind. Desperate or greedy bloggers see the sexy benefits of being an influencer hawked by manipulative pros but never seem learn about the heavy workload required to succeed online.

 

Before we dive in to these tips, prepare yourself to blog for 1000’s of hours spanning years to become skilled, credible and visible enough to be deemed an influential blogger. Expect to work for free by publishing in-depth, thorough, SEO-optimized content to target readers, to drive passive traffic and to gradually become a blogger influencer.

 

Follow these steps to be perceived as an influential blogger.

 

1: Learn

 

Be a student of blogging.

 

Learn. Practice. Help. Influence.

 

Practical Tips

 

  • pick 1-3 blogging mentors; read their blogs, buy their stuff, hire them to coach you and study their content
  • be a perpetual student
  • have fun learning

 

Learning is a continual process. Being open to learn lets you become a good teacher because one gives what they have. Bloggers only influence by learning how to blog from pro bloggers. After learning how to blog these bloggers teach others how to blog. Respect this simple but sometimes uncomfortable process.

 

Why does learning feel uncomfortable sometimes? Learning often involves unlearning strategies that do not work for you.ย  Few enjoy letting go the blogging past because fear arises in mind the moment you let go.

 

Learn. Position yourself to be a leader in your blogging niche.

 

Humble yourself to be open to learning. Blogging lessonsย  often come from unexpected directions.

 

Never Skip Your Blogging Education

 

Some bloggers begin to blog without ever learning how to blog from seasoned pros.

 

Failure almost always follows because learning precedes succeeding. If you skip the learning process you will almost certainly fail.

 

In rare cases, a trial and error approach produces modest blogging success but if you want to be influential simply learn from pros how to blog successfully.

 

2: Practice

 

Practice the skill known as “blogging”.

 

Far and away, this step feels most uncomfortable from time to time for the fears triggered while practicing over 1, 5 or 20 years.

 

I love blogging. But I feel a bit uncomfortable sometimes after practicing blogging for 14 years.

 

Any pro freely admits how practicing feels unpleasant sometimes because non-enlightened humans have not mastered their minds. Being un-enlightened means triggering, facing and releasing fears during blogging practice sessions.

 

Various fears pop up during blogging practice.

 

Perhaps you fear:

 

  • wasting your time
  • wasting your money
  • wasting your energy
  • not being good enough
  • not practicing enough

 

among other fears. Edge into these unpleasant emotions. Feel ’em. Keep practicing.

 

Being a blogging leader involves being skilled, seen and credible. Practicing blogging is the only way to be skilled, seen and credible. Put in the work to see the rewards down the road.

 

The skill of blogging includes:

 

  • practicing your writing (1000 words daily in a Word document)
  • committing to your creating (blog posts, videos, guest posts)
  • practicing your connecting (effective blog comments, promoting other bloggers)

 

Practicing and helping (step #3) go hand in hand. But most humans need to do some practicing before getting clear enough to help generously across multiple channels online.

 

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Being a confident writer programs readers to deem bloggers as being influencers. Improve your writing skills to instill this level of trust in your blogging community.

 

Practice early and often. Be seen as an authority by mastering your blogging craft.

 

3:ย Help

 

Help other bloggers generously through detailed content – without looking for anything in return – across a wide range of platforms.

 

Help bloggers through:

 

  • email
  • your blog
  • guest posts
  • promoting other bloggers
  • Quora
  • Facebook Groups
  • Reddit
  • blog comments

 

When a bunch of folks see you as being helpful and generous, the “influential blogger” tag surfaces.

 

Feel free to open income channels. But understand that helping people for free is the fundamental step for being seen as an expert.

 

Being helpful separates influential bloggers from the rest. Generous bloggers have few issues going pro because as you give, so shall you receive. Being generous positions you to influence because helping an increasing number of folks for free boosts your credibility in their eyes. As your cred grows so does your influence.

 

Being generous challenges the ego. Bloggers struggle for allowing their head to rule their heart. Folks demand something tangible in return for their blogging efforts……IMMEDIATELY! Blogging does not work that way. First, you help people for free for a while. Worldly success – including influencer status – slowly but steadily flows to you.

 

One warning; do not attempt to manipulate influential bloggers to do stuff for you. Doing this reflects fear in your mind back to you. Pro bloggers sense your fear and run in the other direction because what you chase flees.

 

Help then cut the strings of expectation. Be generous and leave it at that.

 

Being helpful gives you the name, clout and power to become influential.

 

Be Patient and Persistent

 

Influential bloggers help people for a long time to solidify their reputation.

 

Be patient. Be persistent.

 

Patient, persistent bloggers who help readers eventually gain influencer status.

 

Influential bloggers simply outlast everyone else in the “help” department.

 

Before you envy top bloggers consider how long these pros helped readers for free to establish their:

 

  • skills
  • credibility
  • exposure

 

Keep helping people patiently.

 

As your generous service grows so does your influencer status.

 

Video

 

Do you want to impress influential bloggers to move higher in blogging circles?

 

Check out this video:

 

What Is the Best Way to Impress an Influential Blogger?

 

Conclusion

 

Not trying to be an influential blogger is the path to gaining influential status. New bloggers want to become influencers but few put in the work to earn this status.

 

Commit to being influential. Work patiently.

 

Position yourself to influence by being a generous servant.

 

At the end of the day, influential bloggers develop their skills and help more people than most other bloggers.

  1. Ryan Biddulph says:
    at 9:49 am

    I left a thought.

    • Wilfried says:
      at 12:49 pm

      Hi Ryan, excellent post as always! This is something I came to appreciate so much, over the years, about the blogging scene. We donโ€™t see other bloggers as competition but fellow contributors. As such, we support each other as your success fosters my success and the other way around; no one has made it to the top totally by him/her self. By helping others, we help ourselves. I canโ€™t think of any other industry where โ€œwhat goes around, comes aroundโ€ is so accurate as of the blogging scene. On top of it, as a blogger, weโ€™re all influencers. Because we all produce and share valuable, motivational, educational content that often has the power to change lives. And you, buddy, do it better than most!

      As always, I enjoyed your post!

      Keep it up bro!

      Cheers! ๐Ÿ˜€

      • Ryan Biddulph says:
        at 6:35 pm

        Wilfried much appreciated my friend ๐Ÿ™‚ You are doing a fabulous job yourself. Blogging is one of the best fields for being a generous servant, working with each other and collectively lifting ourselves up, by seeing fellow bloggers as co-creators versus competitors.

  2. Freddy G. Cabrera says:
    at 1:57 pm

    Hey Ryan!

    First of all, congratulation on getting on the Warrior Forum Podcast!

    That is awesome man!

    I’ve written a few posts on similar topics. I’m still not a big influential blogger – yet, but I do like to keep to myself a lot and just work more in the background. I am networking a lot more these days – though.

    But, here is what I’ve talked about with my audience; something I like to call the ‘L.I.T.’ “formula”.

    Which is pretty much the same thing you are talking about here.

    Learn – Implement – Teach.

    This is the same little formula I’ve used to build my blogs and grow an audience.

    Anybody and everybody can follow these simple tips and really take off in the blogosphere. What you are teaching here works like a charm! So I highly recommend new bloggers to get to work on this!! ๐Ÿ˜‰

    I’ve enjoyed your post here brotha!

    Keep up the great work!

    Cheers! ๐Ÿ˜€

    • Ryan Biddulph says:
      at 3:59 pm

      Excellent stuff Freddy. I love that idea of L.I.T. So generous. You pick up the knowledge, put it into action to gain clarity, and then you teach, and prospering happens naturally over time. Thanks for the rocking comment as always bro. And have a great weekend ๐Ÿ™‚

  3. ikechi says:
    at 6:38 pm

    Hi Ryan

    These tips you shared are just awesome. They are simple but I see why they are not comfortable. One needs to do this a lot of times. Thanks for sharing. Take Care

    • Ryan Biddulph says:
      at 8:26 pm

      Ikechi you got it buddy. Thanks for sharing and thanks for all the kind RTs my friend.

  4. Shantanu Sinha says:
    at 1:02 am

    Hello Ryan,

    Great tips over here ๐Ÿ™‚

    Indeed no body can alone be famous in the blogging world, it takes to adapt one or two mentors who can guide us through out
    difficult times. Sometimes blogging seems to be pretty hard task through which we can not escape. So we need to take learning
    from those mentors, follow their footsteps to get going from the swampy lands. Also we need to figure out what mistakes
    we were doing in the past so that it won’t get repeated in the future.

    “Practice makes a man perfect”, we all know this one, same goes with blogging. We just can not master something without
    we practice it out like a pro. Fall 7 times stand up 8, thats the formula of blogging. As you always say, ” keep writing
    1000 words everyday” this really helps a lot. Things get better, the flow of writing is there in us and the better we write
    the better we can rank our self.

    Help will make us rise, helping other without thinking of our interest is very effective. This would help us to create
    a long run relationship with the pro bloggers as well as the audiences. After the things are set we can step ahead and ask
    them the same thing for us.

    Thanks for the share.

    Shantanu.

    • Ryan Biddulph says:
      at 8:32 am

      Love the comment Shantanu. Fall 7, stand 8. Then keep on standing. Keep on going. If you blog for the right reasons – having fun and spreading love – you will have few issues being super duper persistent. Thanks as always ๐Ÿ™‚

  5. Joy Healey says:
    at 8:31 pm

    Hi Ryan,

    I love your 3 simple – but not easy – steps to becoming an influential blogger.

    I’ll confess – a few years ago I decided to skip the “Learn blogging” step and just plunged in headlong with the most atrocious blog you’d wish not to see. Then it dawned on me that if I thought it was awful myself, why would anyone else want to read it? (OK, I was seduced for a time by all the comments I got telling me what a marvellous writer I was…. then someone told me they weren’t just idiots, they were “bots”!)

    Happily it wasn’t too long before hackers came along to my cheap hosting and did the blogosphere a huge favor by shredding the rubbish into oblivion. Phew.

    Time to start again and actually learn blogging properly. So over the past years I’ve done some learning and some practicing – looking forward now to helping and becoming influential.

    Great read, thanks.

    Joy Healey – Blogging After Dark

    • Ryan Biddulph says:
      at 10:27 pm

      Same deal here Joy. I dove into blogging head first and really crashed and burned. No learning. Rushing. Spamming. I was pretty darn desperate. After a few false starts and some big time struggles I got clear and began to succeed by sticking to the fundamentals. Thanks for the rocking comment.

  6. Gaurav Kumar says:
    at 11:19 am

    Hi Ryan,

    You are right about uncomfortable steps to become a professional blogger. They are easy yet bloggers tend to ignore them.

    It is always good to learn from professionals and give them proper credit, but many newbie bloggers start a blog and never try to learn anything, even if they learn from someone they never give credit to the mentor.

    I believe that being thankful is a great way to learn more. Also peoplee avoid any chance where they have to invest in blogging. This actually hurt them in long run.

    Thanks for sharing.

    • Ryan Biddulph says:
      at 11:26 am

      Excellent Gaurav. Many newbies has no interest in learning. Fewer credit teachers, when referring their readers to their mentors via their posts would be an easy way to build friendships and to become successful. Super comment brother. Thank you.

  7. DNN says:
    at 8:12 pm

    Hey Ryan,

    I just subscribed through my web browser to your push notifications because I want to be among the first when you publish a new blog post. I want something like that on my website and unsure how to achieve that. Moving forward, I’m discovering how influential marketers who use Instagram and nothing more for digital marketing purposes are making a potential killing at promoting products and services. The only thing I really don’t like about Instagram is that they don’t allow links in the image captions to be hyperlinked as users have to copy and paste the link manually into their Microsoft Internet Explorer, Mozilla Firefox, or Google Chrome browsers; something I don’t like, because it makes users lazy and potentially results in decreased sales.

    I’ve been meaning to catch up on using Instagram for influential marketing and influential content marketing. I was using an Instagram account a while back and randomly following people as most of them were randomly following me back as I was promoting an Instagram marketing tool at the time. I would promote this tool and some people actually bought it. I can honestly say I made money off of Instagram and had I stuck with consistent Instagram influential marketing, I probably would have had some decent cash alone today just from that network. I chose to shift focus and concentrate more on creating and publishing โ€œEvergreen content,โ€ in hopes of improving long-term search engine rankings, which is working and quite humbling.

    I’ve been meaning to tell you that I think writing and selling eBooks on Amazon is quite interesting. That is a mindset I would love to get into some day but don’t have a clue as to how to do it for now. I’ll be sure to come to you for expert assistance when I’m ready to get my feet wet in that area. Perhaps I can be one of your Affiliates someday and promote your products or you can show me how to write an e-book and promote it on Amazon and I’ll hit you off with a few dollars.

    I can say not only are you an expert bloggers, but an expert influential bloggers and marketer. I look forward to learning more from you in the near future and glad you’re around. You know you’re more than welcome to stop by the site anytime and leave a comment or contact me through email. I’m still curious how to use Instagram to its fullest marketing potential for influential marketing purposes. Perhaps you can school me in your spare time how to use Instagram to completely Market my website and affiliate links to my target audience and build up my Instagram following. Your positive energy in your blog posts are absolutely amazing, Ryan. Keep doing what you’re doing!

    • Ryan Biddulph says:
      at 10:12 pm

      Hi Drewry, Wow, what a comment!

      I really his Instagram hard when we hit the road for international travels. Just booked a trip to Thailand in February so we will get the ball rolling then. Overall though, with me doing little on the network between these international trips, I do see simply commenting on other folk’s updates and then Liking a bunch of updates is the easiest way to make traction, as well as sharing a few images daily.

      Thanks so much bro.

  8. Prosperity Kenneth says:
    at 5:29 am

    These are awesome tips Ryan. Honestly speaking, quite comfortable for me though. The LPH Formula. Quite helpful. Thanks!

    • Ryan Biddulph says:
      at 11:33 am

      Awesome PK so happy you dug it. Thanks bro.

  9. Sue Slaght says:
    at 9:53 am

    10,000 words a day! You are a machine and clearly passionate and dedicated and thus successful. Loved the comparison of the Mango Lady as an influencer. True enough. That credibility. consistent good product. Can’t go wrong. Always satisfied.
    Reading your posts are a boost of enthusiasm and energy Ryan. Have a great week!
    Sue

    • Ryan Biddulph says:
      at 11:33 am

      She is fabulous Sue. When you swing by Chiang Mai she is on Chiang Mai Lamphun Road, a hundred feet beyond the Chiang Mai Riverside Condo going east. Thanks a bunch.

  10. Hassaan Khan says:
    at 10:50 am

    Hi Ryan,

    These three steps are spot on because practicing more exposes us to new opportunities. Once I heard Lilly Singh saying, “Success lies outside of your comfort zone.” She is a famous YouTube celeb. Then I decided that I’m going all in. Eventually, I became an aggressive learner, which helped me put out content more often.

    I’m getting into videos stuff very soon. I have had a first-hand experience of being influenced so much by a little statement of an influencer. This “influence” thing is real.

    Thank you, my friend, for writing such a fantastic blog post.

    • Ryan Biddulph says:
      at 11:32 am

      Excellent Hassaan. As you practice, you get clearer on your direction, which allows in all those sweet opportunities and business. Love it bro.

  11. Vincent Feindouno says:
    at 5:23 pm

    Hi Ryan,

    Thank you very much for sharing this blog post.
    Practice is something I will focus on doing. Sometimes, practice is really uncomfortable. But I think by practicing, we not only learn but we help at the same time. How?

    Let me take it this way: as a blogger, not updating quite often a blog can be a problem. We can solve it through practice. As you said, we need to practice our blogging skill. But through this practice, we are helping at the same time. Who? Ourselves. we are helping ourselves to be good at writing, creating and connecting (blogging skills). When we master it or become the best, we help other people through what we do.

    Practicing is a process and we always learn when we practice. Going from one level to the next one, we try to improve what we are practicing. We improve it by learning something new or learning from our mistakes.

    Once again, thank you very much.

    • Ryan Biddulph says:
      at 9:10 pm

      Exactly Vincent. As we teach, we learn. We practice, we learn, and we also help too. Almost like all things lead us in the right direction when we blog for the right reasons. Thanks a bunch bro.

  12. Vishwajeet Kumar says:
    at 10:28 pm

    Hello Ryan,

    Great post as always. Influential bloggers always ready to help others like you and these steps are really necessary to stand out of the crowd. Blogging is the key to help others in order to gain success and I have personally achieve this. Thanks for this great piece of content. Enjoy your day:)

    • Ryan Biddulph says:
      at 12:02 am

      Free givers always succeed Vishwajeet. You have experienced this and no doubt, your expansion will continue online. Great job bro. Keep it up.

  13. Abdul Muneeb says:
    at 11:25 am

    Hey, Ryan!
    These tips are super Amazing. Especially the ‘helping’ one. Helping is the only thing which keeps you in someone’s mind.

    Thanks for the best post again, Keep Sharing!

    • Ryan Biddulph says:
      at 11:28 am

      Amen Abdul, amen to that. Being helpful makes you memorable. Thanks a bunch bro.

  14. Patrick says:
    at 6:41 pm

    Great post, Ryan. You take it all the way back to day one with this. It’s good to know what it takes to be an influencer. There’s just a slight metric that I can’t seem to wrap my head around, which is how do you attach your name to the knowledge your provide others? I tend to make these same moves in my career and in chasing my dreams and it always seems someone is trying to claim credit where they can. It can be in good faith that you provide this information but it only seems to yield results for me when I can somehow put my name on the things I believe have value that I present to the world. Otherwise people take the information/whatever value I’ve provided and run off with it. I don’t know maybe it’s just me!

    • Ryan Biddulph says:
      at 7:09 pm

      Thanks Patrick. I am not too clear on your question. Do you mean that people appear to be taking your content and putting it under their name? If so I’d say simply keep attaching your name to all of your work and as you develop your one of a kind blogging voice, nobody will be able to mimic you.

  15. Winson Ng says:
    at 5:22 am

    Hey Ryan,

    Thanks for the tips. As for the last part… I wouldn’t call myself a successful influencer yet but I do have one tip to share which is to leave GENUINE comments and make sure that we read the article before commenting anything at all. Hope to read more from you soon ๐Ÿ˜‰

    • Ryan Biddulph says:
      at 10:43 am

      This is key Winston. If you post genuine comments it goes a long way to building friendships with other bloggers. Read, learn, share your comment. Thanks much.

  16. Blossom Smith says:
    at 6:04 am

    I couldnโ€™t agree more at how slow Google ranks new websites. Iโ€™m personally trying to be Googles best friend, maybe Iโ€™ll get an early Christmas Day present haha But seriously I feel that patience is probably 90% of causes people to fail. Itโ€™s good to have high hopes but we should be realistic about our goals.

    • Ryan Biddulph says:
      at 10:31 am

      That’s it Blossom. I recall the Emerson quote; adopt nature’s secret, the secret is patience. Or something like that. So much easier to succeed online when you are patient, persistent and simply following your passion and helping people on your journey. Thanks much.

  17. Arfa Nazeer says:
    at 8:18 am

    Hey, Ryan

    The daily practice is the real challenge. This is one thing I personally believe in. The daily writing task. But, I’ve been practicing the last step of providing help. It’s not just about helping other people. In the blogging world, offering free help means you are helping yourself. You get more exposure, you build an audience and people trust you.

    Thanks for writing this fantastic post.

    Arfa

    • Ryan Biddulph says:
      at 10:41 am

      Perfect Arfa. We really do help ourselves when we offer free help to others because the lessons we teach become firmly implanted in our minds. We take our successful tips with us and apply these principles as we teach. Always win-win. Thanks so much.

  18. Prince Akwarandu says:
    at 8:35 am

    Hi Ryan,

    The formula is simple: Learn, practice, and help.

    I noticed that when I learn something new and prevent myself to teach others I seize the opportunity to grow, and I lose money. Blogging has been about learning, practising and teaching (i.e. helping). If we (read) learn and never practice we didn’t get it right. When we learn, practice and help people we tend to increase our capacity, build a system and multiple opportunities and possibilities.

    Thank you for the great guide, Ryan.

    You rock. Yes, you do! ๐Ÿ˜€

    • Ryan Biddulph says:
      at 10:40 am

      I have seen the same thing Prince. When I learn and hold back, I lose so much. But when I learn and teach immediately, I get clearer on the lesson and see my success expand. Loving that insight bro. Thanks much.

  19. Michael Richards says:
    at 11:02 am

    Lol Ryan your article was funny and informative! Practice is key to being able to produce efficiently. I never miss the opportunity to wear my promotional t-shirts when wandering the back roads either ๐Ÿ˜‰

    • Ryan Biddulph says:
      at 11:03 am

      Well done Michael. Just that little bit of self-promoting clarity can make a huge difference with our blogs. Thanks much.

  20. Reji Stephenson says:
    at 4:10 pm

    Hi Ryan,

    Good blogging lesson. You have taught me techniques of professional blogging. Learn, practice and Help โ€“ thanks for these tips. Helping others to get helped by others. Fantastic.

    Thanks for the great share. Keep rocking.

    Reji Stephenson

    • Ryan Biddulph says:
      at 4:56 pm

      Reji thanks a bunch my man. Appreciate you stopping by and commenting.

  21. Jacob Flap says:
    at 10:21 am

    You just make my day with Mango Lady. I think it takes years to be an influencer in a specific niche, but I look forward to being influencer one day, I’m happy if I can help people.

    • Ryan Biddulph says:
      at 10:48 am

      Jacob your last few words is exactly what it takes to become influential. Being happy with helping people and doing so over years is the way bro. Thanks much.

  22. Chery Schmidt says:
    at 2:36 pm

    Hey Ryan! I just loved your story about the Mango Lady, I bet her dish was AMAZING! Just like you! You my friend have been such an inspiration to me! Thanks for all you do. Love Ya! Chery :))

    • Ryan Biddulph says:
      at 3:45 pm

      Thanks so much Chery and thanks for the comment ๐Ÿ™‚ Yes her mango with sticky rice is inspired!

  23. Rohan Verma says:
    at 3:42 am

    Hi Ryan,
    I just started blogging for fun but do you have any tips for non-native english speakers because I happen to be one.
    And what are your thoughts on speech to text based blog post writing.

    Cheers!

  24. Ezekiel Oluwafemi says:
    at 4:49 am

    Helping people to find what they are looking for by providing useful information that will make them trust you and willing to know more about you is one of the best way to become influencer.

    This is an interesting content Ryan. Though am not too much surprised that you gave an informative content here because I have known you for that.

    • Ryan Biddulph says:
      at 7:49 am

      Good stuff Ezekiel. I am happy you enjoyed the post. Thanks much for commenting.

  25. Ashish says:
    at 2:19 pm

    Hey ryan
    Thanks for sharing these tips. Certainly useful but not easy as you mentioned. One has to put some work and time into it. Keep up the good work
    Thanks

    • Ryan Biddulph says:
      at 3:55 pm

      Much appreciated Ashish. Keeping at it and helping folks as you do is the difference maker.

  26. Tanay says:
    at 10:17 pm

    “Mango Lady” Quite good. Learn Learn Learn even I agree with this. Good points and precise to the point. Thanks for writing such a good post.

    • Ryan Biddulph says:
      at 9:56 am

      Thanks much Tanay.

  27. Ram Kumar says:
    at 6:37 am

    Hi Ryan,
    Thanks for sharing these amazing tips with us.
    Learn, practice, and help.
    This info helps me a lot in future.

    • Ryan Biddulph says:
      at 6:23 pm

      Ram thanks so much for reading ๐Ÿ™‚

  28. Amada Merri says:
    at 7:10 am

    These are awesome tips, Ryan. Honestly speaking, quite comfortable for me though. The LPH Formula. Quite helpful. Thanks!

    • Ryan Biddulph says:
      at 12:50 pm

      Good deal Amada. I am glad you dug the post ๐Ÿ˜‰

  29. Kd kashav says:
    at 2:28 am

    Hi Ryan,
    i loved your posts. Every yours posts are properly useful motivated.When we learn, practice and help people we tend to increase our capacity, build a system and multiple opportunities and possibilities.so thanks for a sharing this post.
    Regards
    Kd kashav

  30. William Sam says:
    at 12:54 am

    Excellent post as always. I am also a beginner blogger and trying to write like you. I got great ideas from your post. Thank you very much for sharing this great post with us.

    • Ryan Biddulph says:
      at 3:22 am

      Awesome William. Keep it up my friend.

  31. Alice jhons says:
    at 2:03 am

    Donโ€™t focus on having a great blog. Focus on producing a blog thatโ€™s great for your readers..As a blogger, everything that you do flows from understanding your audience and seeking to help them as much as possible.The first thing you need to decide when you build your blog is what you want to accomplish with it, and what it can do if successful.

  32. Ezinna says:
    at 5:26 pm

    L P H — Learn, Practice and Help. I am currently in the learn and practice phase. Thanks a great deal I will write more creative and insightful content and repeat, till I can influence.

    • Ryan Biddulph says:
      at 4:53 am

      I like it Ezinna; smart blogger you are.

  33. rose kagwiria says:
    at 10:08 am

    Thanks Ryan for sharing your thoughts. Indeed I have also learnt a lot through your teachings especially on L.I.T. The only thing remaining is to put it into action.Once again thank you.

  34. Filipe Fontes says:
    at 5:18 pm

    Hey dude,
    I believe the main thing is always to keep your audience interested in what you want to pass on to them. It is a very difficult and difficult but rewarding work. Thank you so much for sharing and success in your work.

    • Ryan Biddulph says:
      at 10:17 pm

      Having fun and sharing value pulls in your reader’s interest for sure Filipe. Thanks much buddy.

  35. Usman Mehmood says:
    at 3:33 am

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    • Ryan Biddulph says:
      at 3:43 am

      You can do it Usman; I promise buddy ๐Ÿ˜‰

  36. Silz Njeri says:
    at 2:42 am

    Thanks Ryan for your insights about how one can become an influential blogger. I however feel that Learning, Practicing and asking for Help are not 3 uncomfortable steps are they? Think that this could be best adoption measures to be an influential blogger.

    • Ryan Biddulph says:
      at 8:04 am

      They can be Silz ๐Ÿ˜‰

  37. Situs Domino says:
    at 7:57 am

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    Stick with it!

  38. saad shah says:
    at 12:56 pm

    thank you ryan for sharing this. somehow i find this motivational

    • Ryan Biddulph says:
      at 12:58 pm

      Saad my pleasure buddy. Thank you for commenting ๐Ÿ™‚

  39. Raymond_Larson says:
    at 12:52 pm

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    • Ryan Biddulph says:
      at 6:34 pm

      I appreciate you Raymond ๐Ÿ™‚

  40. Amy Kocher says:
    at 6:02 am

    Excellent post as always. I am also a beginner blogger and trying to write like you. I got great ideas from your post. Thank you very much for sharing this great post with us.